Nokia announced on Thursday (8) through an online event, the launch of new smartphones from the X, C and G series: Nokia X10, X20, C20, G10 and G20.
First, the models are part of a major redesign of the company’s portfolio in relation to HMD Global, the company that owns Nokia.
Thus, the denomination and nomenclature of smartphones will use letters in order to differentiate the lines.
In addition, the brand also launched a wireless headset highlighting the affordable prices of new products for any and all consumers.
What are the new Nokia models like?
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The C series model is the simplest of the launches, with only 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage.
The screen is 6.5-inch HD and the design follows the same line already used by basic models previously launched, with wide edges and simple rear.
The main camera is 8 MP and the front camera has 5 MP.
The phone has the Android 11 Go system.
Nokia G10 and G20
These models have a set of 4 cameras, with a main lens of 48 MP, ultrawide of 5 MP and also a macro and depth camera of 2 MP.
Also in this line, the front lens is 8 MP.
Regarding consumption, the models have 5,000 mAh batteries.
In addition, the Nokia G10 intends to feature a MediaTek Helio P22 processor, while the G20 will run Helio G35.
What is the purpose of this Nokia overhaul?
First, the main objective is to draw the attention of a new range of consumers.
In this sense, the first models are the Nokia G10 and G20, which reach the world market with Android 11
The company has been promising two years of operating system updates, as well as three years of updates related to privacy.
The Nokia G10 is configured in a MediaTek G25 processor with 8 Cortex-A53 cores running at 2 GHz (the same as the Moto E7 Power).
In addition to all this, the device comes with 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB for data storage.
So, as in the entry models, the C10 and C20, the 6.5? have HD + resolution (1600 x 720 pixels) and 20: 9 aspect ratio.
Still, it is worth mentioning that on the back of the Nokia G10 there are three cameras accompanied by flash
That is, a main with a 13 MP sensor, a macro with a 2 MP sensor and a depth sensor also with 2 MP.
The front camera has an 8 MP sensor.
How does the market win with Nokia’s new smartphone devices?
Nokia wants to educate the mobile phone market with sophistication, high-performance and ease of purchase.
According to Nokia, among the photography features that are available, one of them is night mode and portrait mode.
The Nokia G20 comes with the same MediaTek G25 processor.
However, the latter has been running a little faster at 2.3 GHz.
Therefore, both Nokia G10 and G20 have Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n comes with a headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.0 and GPS / GLONASS
However, only the G20 has NFC, which is used among other things for payment systems like Google Pay, for example.
Also according to Nokia, the battery with a duration of 3 days can be recharged using a 10-watt charger, already included in the packaging.
The Nokia G10 will be available only in some markets from the end of April in the colors Night (Dark Blue) and Dusk (Violet) with a price of 900 reais.
On the other hand, the G20 will arrive on the market in May, in the colors Night (Dark Blue) and Glacier (White Blue), costing at least a thousand reais.